Your Yucaipa Summer 2022

MAY-AUG SUMMER 2022

YOUR

COMMUNITY SERVICES GUIDE

CONTENTS MAY - AUGUST

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COMMUNITY CENTERS

4-5 6-7 8-9

NEWS

COMMUNITY PARTNERS, FIRE & POLICE

UPCOMING FESTIVALS

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SUMMER CAMP & SPECIAL EVENTS YUCAIPA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

YUCAIPA CITY COUNCIL Mayor, David Avila

Mayor Pro Tem, Justin Beaver Councilmember, Greg Bogh Councilmember, Bobby Duncan Councilmember, Jon Thorp

AQUATICS

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DANCE &WELLNESS

SPORTS SENIORS

CITY DEPARTMENTS City Manager, Ray Casey Assistant City Manager, Jennifer Crawford Director of Finance, Andrew Hamilton Director of Development Services & City Engineer, Fermin Preciado Director of Community Services, Megan Wolfe Yucaipa Fire Chief, Grant Malinowski Yucaipa Police Captain, James Williams COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT Administrative Assistant, Leticia Christian Supervisor, Mary Johnson Supervisor, Nick Johnson Supervisor, Sarah Martinez Coordinator, Elise Campbell Coordinator, Gilbert Guardado Coordinator, Margo Mullen Coordinator, Ruby Samayoa-Marquez Coordinator, Marcus Welch

S.T.A.R.S. BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

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PARKS & FACILITIES MAP

CITY HALL 34272 Yucaipa Blvd., Yucaipa, CA 92399 909-797-2489 Monday - Thursday | 7:30am - 6pm *Closed on 5/30 & 7/4

HOW TO GET IN LINE AT CITY HALL AHEAD OF TIME: Citizens can be served quickly and efficiently with our check-in soft- ware. Ways to join the line include downloading the app, texting a designated phone number, joining the queue online, scanning the QR code, or checking in at the lobby kiosk.

Text: 909-675-0410 Keyword: yucaipa cityhall

Website: https://kiosk.na6. qless.com/kiosk/ app/home/134

Use the Lobby Kiosk

Download the QLess App

WWW.YUCAIPA.ORG

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YOUR YUCAIPA COMMUNITY CENTERS

YUCAIPA COMMUNITY CENTER

SCHERER COMMUNITY CENTER

34900 Oak Glen Rd., Yucaipa, CA 909-790-7460 Monday-Friday | 9am-8pm Saturday | 9am-6pm *Closed on 5/30 & 7/4 Gym hours and prices on page 19

12202 First St., Yucaipa, CA 909-797-1177 Monday-Thursday | 8:30am-4pm *Closed on 5/30 & 7/4 Programming on page 20

REGISTRATION POLICIES: 1. Pre-registration is necessary for all activities and classes. There will be no pro-rating of activity fees. 2. Program information is correct and up-to-date at the time of publishing. The Department reserves the right to change any program information and/ or fees as it deems necessary. Classes and times are subject to change based on enrollment. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience. Please call 909-790-7460 for more information. 3. Refunds will be considered, if requested prior to the second scheduled class. An $11 service fee will be assessed for all refunds. Requests for refunds will not be accepted after the second scheduled class. COVID-19: The Yucaipa Community Services Department may cancel, reschedule, or re-envision programs, events, and services, based on the latest COVID-19 guidelines provided by the County and State. Please check our website and social media pages for the most recent and up to date information released by the City.

HOW TO REGISTER FOR A CLASS: Walk-in

Walk-in registration is accepted at your local Community Center during reg- ular hours of operation. Registration forms are available at the Centers. The Community Services Department accepts cash, check, and credit card. Online Residents can register for most classes and activities online at: www.yucaipa.org/enroll Enter the Class ID, which can be found under each description in this activity guide. If there is no Class ID, type in the name of the class you would like to register for. Select your class(es), create an account, and check out. It’s that easy! Photo Release By participating in these programs, you are giving permission to the City of Yucaipa to photograph you or your child/children for use in future City publications and you or your child/children will not receive compensation for such use.

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NEWS County Line Road Transportation Corridor Project

The City of Yucaipa’s adopted General Plan has identified County Line Road as a major secondary highway arterial. The roadway was designed to not only support residential, commercial, and industrial development but also serves as a connector to a major freeway system. The roadway services the City of Yucaipa and Calimesa, provides access to Interstate 10, Calimesa Elementary School, Wildwood Elementa- ry School as well as multiple residential communities and commercial properties. As a result, traffic along County Line Road has significantly increased over the years between the intersections of Calimesa Boulevard and Bryant Street which is heavily impacted during peak morning and evening commuting hours. In 2017, discussions were held with the City of Yucaipa and Calimesa regarding a joint effort to improve County Line Road in order to refine roadway operations and traffic flow through the corridor. As a part of these discussions, it was identified that multiple roadway and drainage improvements were needed between Calimesa Boulevard and Bryant Street. The County Line Road Transportation Corridor Project (Project) has been designed and engineered to mitigate traffic congestion, improve traffic circulation, enhance public safety, and provide opportunities for residents and visitors to bike or walk along the route. The County Line Road Transportation Corridor Project proposes to construct round- abouts at five intersections (5th Street, 3rd Street, 2nd Street, California Street, and Bryant Street). During the design and cost analysis study, it was determined that the use of roundabouts, in lieu of signalized intersections, would meet the capacity needs of County Line Road allowing for the corridor to remain as a two-lane street instead of constructing a four-lane street as previously indicated in both Cities’Gen- eral Plan. As a result of this decision, each City was able to minimize the impacts to private property owners as well as reduce the project cost by saving approximately $2.3 million. This critical infrastructure project will support future economic devel- opment along the corridor, creating long-term economic sustainability for the res- idents of Yucaipa and Calimesa. “City staff has done an excellent job of partnering with the City of Calimesa, I’m very proud of our team! This infrastructure project will not only provide economic benefits to both Cities as future development take places, but it will also enhance the quality of life for our communities,” said Mayor David Avila. The City of Yucaipa and Calimesa have collaborated on several grant applications to help fund the associated construction cost for this project. As a result of this part-

nership, the Cities have successfully acquired grant funding from Caltrans’ - Active Transportation Program (ATP) in the amount of $512,000 (Lead Agency - Yucaipa) for street improvements between California Street and 3rd Street; Air Quality Man- agement District - Mobile Source Reduction Committee (MSRC) in the amount of $380,000 (Lead Agency - Yucaipa) for street improvements between Calimesa Blvd. and 4th Street; and California Transportation Commission, Local Partnership Pro- gram (LPP) in the amount of $3,747,000 (Lead Agency - Calimesa) for the remain- ing segments of the Project. “This project is an example of what can happen when two cities work together and communicate,” said Mayor Davis. The Cities are excited to announce that a $8.2 million contract has been awarded for the County Line Road Transportation Corridor Project. It’s anticipated that the contractor will begin construction in April of 2022. For updated information regarding this project, please visit the City of Yucaipa or Calimesa’s website or social media pages.

MOBILE APP

The Explore Yucaipa Mobile App features many neat tools! You can: • Report an issue • Explore maps for trails & parks • Find employment • Check the calendar • Join the line at City Hall. Available in the App Store or Google Play.

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NEWS

Pickleball Facility

Over the years, the City of Yucaipa has been steadily working on increasing the number of parks, open spaces, amenities and recreation opportunities within the City. In 2012, City Council adopted the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. This plan provided the City with an inventory of all parks, open spaces, and recreational facil- ities available to residents and visitors. Also, the Master Plan has helped City staff identity where additional facilities are needed within the community. As a result of the 2012 Master Plan, two additional park facilities were recommended and ul- timately approved by City Council: the 13th Street Sports Complex and the Dunlap Neighborhood Park. Since 2012, the City has seen positive growth in residential and commercial devel- opment. In 2016, City Council adopted an update to the Parks and Recreation Mas- ter Plan. This updated plan resulted in the creation of additional parks, including El Dorado Ranch Park and Uptown Park. During the 2016 Master Plan update, there was no indication or demand for a pick- leball facility within the City, given the pickleball “wave”of interest had just begun. Since then, many residents have joined the “wave,” taking up the sport and playing at various locations throughout the community. In order to accommodate pickleball at existing City park facilities, City staff has delineated several tennis and basketball courts with temporary striping. As a result of this growing demand, City Council, through the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Goals and Objectives process, approved a con- ceptual layout for a proposed pickleball facility. City staff continues to work on the plans, design and construction documents for Pickleball.

Meet Our New PIO Shane Massoud joined the City of Yucaipa in October of 2021 as the new Public Information Officer (PIO) and Grant Coordinator for the City. Prior to joining the City team, he worked for the Department of Trans- portation (Caltrans) as a Public Information Officer and Legislative Affairs Liaison as well as for former State Senator, Mike Morrell, as the Senior Field Representative. In this role, Shane supports communication between the City, media partners, stakeholder groups, local elected officials and the general public. As the PIO, Shane works with all City Departments in effort to streamline the process of conveying pertinent and accurate information to our community. In his role as Grant Coordinator, Shane works to identify eligible City projects for local, state, and federal grant funding opportunities. These grants cover a multitude of areas, including but not limited to, infrastructure and public works projects, groundwater recharge projects, trails, open space, park projects, and much more. Shane is thrilled to be part of a team that works to enhance the quality of life for the residents of Yucaipa each and every day.

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS

2022 DATES

8AM - 12PM (or until truck is full) SAT, MAY 14TH

8AM - 12PM (or until truck is full) SAT, OCT 15TH

SHRED-IT EVENT

WHAT TOBRING

- A valid photo ID for proof of residency - Up to 4 boxes (banker box size, 12” x 10” x 16”) or 4 bags no larger than 15-gallons per person - Residential paperwork only (no business waste accepted)

LOCATION

YUCAIPA COMMUNITY CENTER 34900 Oak Glen Road Yucaipa, CA 92399 (main parking lot; west side)

2022 DATES

CUSTOMER SERVICE: 909-797-9125

YUCSHRED01-22

8AM - 12PM (or until truck is full) SAT, MAY 14TH

8AM - 12PM (or until truck is full) SAT, OCT 15TH

WHAT TOBRING

- A valid photo ID for proof of residency - Up to 4 boxes (banker box size, 12” x 10” x 16”) or 4 bags no larger than 15-gallons per person - Residential paperwork only (no business waste accepted)

LOCATION YUCAIPA COMMUNITY CENTER 34900 Oak Glen Road Yucaipa, CA 92399 (main parking lot; west side)

CUSTOMER SERVICE: 909-797-9125

YUCSHRED01-22

Acclaimed programs. Fabulous faculty. Beautiful campus. Crafton Hills College inYucaipa is here to help you fulfill your dreams. YUCAIPA’S LAUNCHING PAD LET’S GO!

ACADEMIC PATHWAYS Business and Industry | Science,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics | Creative and Fine Arts, Communication and Design Society, Behavior and Culture | Public Safety and Health Services | Exploratory (Undecided)

craftonhills.edu | 909.794.2161

SHOW AT THE YPAC. Call visual FOR Artists!

THE PUBLIC ART COMMITTEE IS HOSTING A JURIED ART

Work not to exceed 20x24 inches (including frame) Gallery ready with eye hooks and wire. Art work due July 7th to mmullen@yucaipa.org

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FIRE & POLICE

Yucaipa Fire Department: Water Safety

Drowning Prevention Every year our paramedics respond to pediatric drownings and near-drownings. More children ages 1 to 4 die from drowning than any other cause of death except birth defects. Drowning happens in seconds and is often silent. Drowning can happen to anyone, any time there is access to water. We can stop these tragic incidents in Yucaipa with vigilance and good drowning prevention measures. – Fire Chief Malinowski Drowning Prevention Tips • Teach your children basic swimming and water safety skills. • Always supervise your children whenever around water, even if they can swim. • Build permanent fences that fully enclose your pool on all four sides. • Temporary fences can become weak or loose over time. • Install child-proof and redundant locks for all access ways to your pool. • Have self-closing and locking doors, make sure they work. • When swimming, always closely monitor your child. Hands-Only CPR Two steps could save a life! If you witness an adult or teen who suddenly collapses or doesn’t appear to be breathing 1. Call 911 2. Push on the center of the chest, Hard & Fast We encourage everyone to learn CPR.

• Don’t assume a group will watch your children. • Have your child wear a life jacket, if needed. • Never rely on toys or floaties as a life safety device. • Learn CPR - CPR Saves Lives! • Don’t swim or supervise swimming while under the influence.

Adult Supervision Protective Fencing

CPR Training

Swim Lessons

Yucaipa Police Department

Catalytic Converters Catalytic Converter thefts are on the rise. What can you do to avoid becoming a victim? Always park your vehicles inside of a garage or in well-lit areas. You can also ask your lo- cal auto repair shop if they will etch your vehicles license plate number or identification number onto the converter itself. This will assist law enforcement if your stolen prop- erty is located. By doing so, there is a possibility the stolen property can be returned to you and the suspect is charged. As always, if you see something, say something! Our non-emergency dispatch phone number is 909-790-3100. In an emergency call 911. Did you know: Vacation residence checks are a complimentary service provided to you from the Citizen on Patrol Unit. If you are planning to be away from your residence for a much-needed vacation, come down to the station and ask for a “special patrol request”. Fill out the form indicating how long you will be away from your residence and a volunteer pa- trol unit will check on your residence once a day. If anything appears to be out of the ordinary during their inspections, a deputy sheriff will immediately be alerted to the area. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or want more information regarding the program, please contact Specialist Jenny Smith at 909-918-2309 or apply online at https://wp.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/divisions/volunteer-forces/ Crime-Free Multi-Housing The Crime Free Multi-Housing Program is a three-part approach to crime prevention, designed specifically for the rental community (apartment complexes and mobile home parks). By joining this program, you will complete phases towards making your property a safer living environment for your tenants.

Phase 1: We will provide free information to prop- erty owners and managers, as well as other staff, which includes: • Introduction to the Crime Free Lease Adden- dum

• Learning the eviction process • Establishing fair screening • Learning your legal rights and responsibilities • Optimizing your professional relationship with law enforcement • Terms of Programs Registration & Agreement • Crime Free Lease Addendum

Phase 2: Yucaipa Police Department staff will conduct an inspection of your property using Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) principles. CPTED is a nationally accepted multi-disciplinary approach to deterring criminal behavior through environmental design. Staff will review findings and any areas that need improvement. The property must meet the minimum requirements of CPTED to move to Phase three. After passing the CPTED Inspection, the property will be authorized to order Crime Free Multi-Housing signs. The signs should be placed in strategic locations throughout your property. Phase 3: An annual crime prevention safety social for property residents designed to bring managers, tenants, and local law enforcement together to inform tenants about the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program. A final certificate is issued showing that the property has completed all phases of the program.

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summer Camp

Arts ~ Games ~ Crafts ~ Sports

GRADES: TK - 6TH MON - FRI: 7AM - 6PM JUNE 13 - AUG 5

REGISTRATION OPEN $135 PER WEEK

REGISTRATION ACCEPTED AT THE YUCAIPA COMMUNITY CENTER OR ONLINE AT WWW.YUCAIPA.ORG/ENROLL

for more information please call 909-790-7460

cITY OF yUCAIPA

Movie Lineup SOUL - JUNE 8 Cool Runnings - june 15

Emperor's New Groove - JUNE 22 Honey, I shrunk the Kids - june 29 Encanto - july 6 American Underdog - JULY 13 secret Life of Pets 2 - july 20 wALL-e - JULY 27 Clifford the big red dog - aug 3

yucaipa.org | 909-790-7460

CITY OF YUCAIPA

CONCERTS IN THE PARK

YUCAIPA COMMUNITY PARK AMPHITHEATER 34900 OAK GLEN RD SUNDAY EVENINGS JUL 10 - AUG 14 6:30PM-8:30PM

SUMMER 2022 SCHEDULE DATE BAND JUL 10 4 LADS FROM LIVERPOOL

GENRE

BEATLES TRIBUTE

JUL 1 7 LATIN VIBE-PULP VIXEN LATIN COVER SONGS JUL 24 WOODIE & THE LONGBOARDS BEACH BOYS TRIBUTE JUL 31 SMITH THE BAND COUNTY COVER SONGS AUG 7 MATCHBOX TWENTYTOO MATCHOBOX 20 TRIBUTE AUG 14 NEON NATION 80'S COVER SONGS

YUCAIPA.ORG | (909) 790-7460

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HULA CLASSES

MAY 2 - AUG 31, MONDAYS, TUESDAYS & WEDNESDAYS

Learn the art of hula dancing! Classes will take place at the Yucaipa Performing Arts Center. Instructor Jennifer Stegall will teach the basic steps of Auana dances, Hawaiian terminology and practicing hula. No experience needed! Pa’u skirts required (loaners available upon request). Mondays & Wednesdays 10AM | Tuesdays 10AM & 6:30PM Youth (7-10 y/o): $30.00 | Adults (11-54 y/o): $40.00 | Seniors (55+): $25.00

MAY 3 - AUG 30, TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS Each session explores the Elements of Art by introducing one to different techniques using a variety of art mediums and through the study of many diverse artists’ works. Each session includes a directed lesson with all supplies included. The artist walks away a unique experience and a masterpiece. Youth: Every Tuesday - 4PM or 6PM - 4 Classes: $40 | Adult: 1st & 3rd Thursday - 6:30PM - $15 per class YOUTH & ADULT ART CLASSES

ACTING CLASSES

MAY 4 - AUG 31, WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS Students will learn the fundamentals of acting. Participating in acting exercises develop confidence and creativity. Adults and children will learn to project their voices which in return make excellent public speakers. Students will explore expressing their emotions through different characters while

having a great time with improvisation and group activities. Youth (ages 5-7): Wednesday’s from 4:00pm-4:45pm; $90/month Youth (ages 8-12): Wednesday’s from 4:45pm- 5:45pm; $100/month Youth (13-17): Wednesday’s from 6:00pm-7:00pm; $100/month Adults (18+): Thursday’s from 7:00pm-8:00pm; $125/month

Would you like to have a dance, music, or theater class at the Yucaipa Performing Arts Center and interested in becoming a contract instructor? Contact YPAC Coordinator, Elise Campbell at 909.500.7714 or ecampbell@yucaipa.org to get your classes started!

YUCAIPAPERFORMINGARTS.ORG

@ YUCAIPAPERFORMINGARTS

MAY 5/6 5/7 5/18 5/20 JUNE

Yucaipa Music & Arts Festival - Fooz Fighters & The Ten Band Yucaipa Music & Arts Festival - Plain White T’s with Special Guest, Kodi Lee with his band Open Mic Night YPAC Presents Date Night - Paint Night

YPAC Outdoor Concert - Mini Pop Kids Jitter Jam: Battle of the Bands presented by Jitters Coffee Shop Open Mic Night YPAC Presents Date Night - Comedy

6/4 6/11 6/15 6/23

JULY

YPAC Outdoor Concert - Queen Nation Open Mic Night YPAC Presents Date Night - Paint Night

7/2 7/20 7/29

AUGUST

Open Mic Night YPAC Outdoor Concert: Australian Bee Gees YPAC Presents Date Night - Comedy

8/17 8/20 8/25

• All guests and their belongings are subject to search. • Any prohibited item that is surrendered to security at search points will not be returned. • Allowed and prohibited lists are subject to change. • The event and private security personnel at the entrances reserve the right to make the final determination on allowed and not allowed items. • For more details, go to yucaipaperformingarts.org To learn more call 909.500.7714, or visit 12062 California Street

CONCERT 411: ENTRY CONDITIONS FOR GUESTS

7TH STREET POOL

The City of Yucaipa is offering an American Red Cross Learn to Swim program. CertifiedWater Safety Instructors will teach children ages 6 months to 12 years old how to swim and the importance of water safety. Swim Lessons are offered at the 7th Street Pool, Monday – Thursday, in the morning and evening, as well as Saturday mornings. Registration is available online at yucaipa.org/enroll, at the 7th Street pool or Yucaipa Community Center. Please see the session registration dates below. Fees vary by level and schedules are subject to change. Pool closed on July 4, 2022. Please contact the Yucaipa Community Center at 909-790-7460 for more information and prices.

SWIM LESSONS

LESSONS ARE MONDAY-THURSDAY FOR 30 MINUTES FOR 2 CONSECUTIVE WEEKS

Parent & Me

Pre- School

Level 4/5

Semi- Private

Mon-Thurs | June 13-June 23 Registration open: May 23 SESSION 1 Mon-Thurs | July 11-July 21 Registration open: July 1 SESSION 3

Mon-Thurs | June 27-July 8 Registration open: June 17 SESSION 2 Mon-Thurs | July 25-Aug 4 Registration open: July 15 SESSION 4

TIME

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

$59.50

$80

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8:15AM

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8:50AM

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9:25AM

10:00AM

10:35AM

11:15AM

3:35PM

SWIM LESSON ENROLLMENT CHART

4:00PM

4:35PM

5:10PM

5:45PM

6:20PM

SATURDAY SWIM LESSONS

TIME

Parent & Me Pre-School

Semi-Private

Private

Teen/Adult

$29.75

$29.75

$80

$100

$59.50

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8:00AM

9:00AM

10:00AM

10:30AM

11:00AM

Sat | June 18 - July 9 Registration open: May 23 SESSION 1

Sat | July 16 - August 6 Registration open: July 1 SESSION 2

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7th Street Pool | Located at 12385 7th Street | Opens Saturday, June 4

RECREATIONAL SWIM

Get fit today with a fun low-impact cardio workout! No class on July 4, 2022. No evening classes on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of June and July 2022. Age Day Time Dates Fee 18+ M-F 8:15am-9:15am 6/13-8/5 $3.25 18+ Tu/W/Th 6:15pm-7:15pm 6/14-8/4 $3.25 AQUA AEROBICS & LAP SWIM JUNIOR LIFEGUARD+ The Jr. Lifeguard program is designed to prepare youth for a future career as an American Red Cross Lifeguard. Youth ages 11-14 will learn lifesaving skills, such as in-water rescues, use of a rescue tube, and first aid, CPR, and AED*. Participants must be able to know how to swim and pass a brief swim test at the start of the first class meeting. *Upon successful completion of the course, students will be provided a CPR/First Aid/AED certification.

JUNE 4 - SEPTEMBER 4 SATURDAY & SUNDAY 12PM-3PM

JUNE 17 - AUGUST 5 FRIDAY | 12PM-3PM

*ALL SWIMMERS MUST WEAR PROPER SWIM TRUNKS OR SWIMSUIT. ALL GUESTS MUST PAY AN ENTRANCE FEE TO ENTER POOL AREA.

Ages 3-17 18-54

Fee

$3.25 $4.00 $2.25

PLEASE CALL 909-790-7460 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

55+

FAMILY FUN NIGHTS We’re adding evening recreational swim on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of June and July. Bring the whole family for a night of fun music, pool toys, competi- tions, and more! The pool opens at 7pm and closes at 9pm. Please contact the Yucaipa Community Center at 909-790-7460 for more information. Celebrate with a splash and have your next birthday, graduation, or family reunion at the 7th Street Pool this summer. All rentals include the entire pool facility and lifeguards. Rental fees available online or at the community cen- ters. The Facility is reserved on a first come, first served basis, with the first date available of June 4, 2022. For more information, please email Sarah Martinez at smartinez@yucaipa.org or call 909-790-7460. PRIVATE POOL RENTALS WATER SAFETY CHALLENGE - MAY 21 As part of the Inland Empire Water Safety Challenge, join us for our annual Safe Swim Saturday at the 7th Street Pool! Water Safety Instructors will offer swim skill testing and free mini lessons. On site swim lesson registration will be available for the first session. CAL Fire will be teaching hands free CPR! Starts at 10AM!

Day

Time

Date

Fee Res/Non-Res

Sa

8am-1pm

6/18-7/23

$100/$130

WE’RE HIRING! The City of Yucaipa is looking for qualified applicants for the following positions: Lifeguard | Water Safety Instructor | Assistant Pool Manager Applications available now! An American Red Cross Certification is required for ALL positions.

Crafton Hills College Aquatics Center Located at 11711 Sand Canyon Road Lap Swim M-Th 9:30am - 1:30pm Fees $5/day pass ∙ $20/6-swim punch card ∙ $25/1-month pass For more information, contact the aquatics center at aquaticscenter@craftonhills.edu or (909)389-3604

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DANCE & WELLNESS PARENT & ME BALLET: AGES 3-5 The child and parent learn the basic movements of Ballet together and the basic understanding of danc- ing to music. Students are also given the opportunity to express their own movements in what is called “Free Dance” creating an equal balance of direction and free- dom. This class is structured to provide fun quality time for parents and children, while also preparing a child to progress into a more structured training environment,

SAN GORGONIO BALLET SUMMER PROGRAM INT-ADV: AGES 7-12 Our summer intensives are structured for intermediate and advanced students. Providing classes five days a week with three classes each day and rehearsal. Intensives are provided each year in addition to year- round training to further a classical student’s skill level. Strengthening stamina, muscle, flexibility, and cho- reography. At the finish of our program each student will have gained knowledge and experience of what the work of a professional career would be. Program will held on Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 9am to 1:30pm and Tuesday/Thursday 1pm to 5:30pm. Location: San Gorgonio Ballet Studio, 13661 Calimesa Blvd Unit 12, Yucaipa, CA 92399

CHOOSE HAPPY VIBES - SOUND BATH Discover Vibrational Sound Meditation, also referred to as “Sound Bath.” Simply close your eyes, relax and allow the vibrational sounds of Singing Bowls to take you away. It’s like a massage from the inside out; and it feels wonderful! Please bring a mat, blanket, pillow and arrive 15 minutes early. Sorry no entry once class begins. For additional information please call (909) 437-4310 or visit www.choosehappyvibes.com Instructor: Peg McKnight Location: Yucaipa Community Center

such as Introductory Ballet and Level I. Location: Yucaipa Community Center

JAZZERCISE: AGES 18+ Jazzercise is a pulse-pounding, body pumping, fitness program that has been going strong for 50 years. Burn up to 800 calories in any of our formats. We offer Dance Mix, Core, Strength, Low-impact, Interval, Fusion, Strike, and Express. Receive UNLIMITED classes for only $35 a month. You can also purchase the 10 class pass option or pay a one time drop-in fee. Registration is taken on-site with Jazzercise instructors. Bring a towel and water bottle for this calorie blasting class. For addi- tional information please call (909)790-9627 or email: yucaipajazzercise@gmail.com Location: Yucaipa Community Center Tu 5/3-5/24 5:45pm to 6:30pm $50 24353 Tu 6/7-6/28 5:45pm to 6:30pm $50 24354 Tu 7/5-7/26 5:45pm to 6:30pm $50 24355 Tu 8/2-8/23 5:45pm to 6:30pm $50 24356 Tu 5/3-5/24 5pm to 5:45pm $50 24357 Tu 6/7-6/28 5pm to 5:45pm $50 24358 Tu 7/5-7/26 5pm to 5:45pm $50 24359 Tu 8/2-8/23 5pm to 5:45pm $50 24360 INTRODUCTORY BALLET: AGES 6-8 Students learn basic movements to slowly develop correct placement, flexibility, and strength. This class is structured for beginning levels incorporating termi- nology, stretches, exercises, patterns, and formations. While this routine structure is taught weekly, the stu- dents are also given the opportunity to express their own movements in what is called “Free Dance” creating an equal balance of direction and freedom. Location: Yucaipa Community Center

W 5/4 W 5/4 W 6/1 W 6/1 W 7/6 W 7/6 W 8/3 W 8/3

12:30pm to 2pm $20 24414 6pm to 7:30pm $20 24415 12:30pm to 2pm $20 24416 6pm to 7:30pm $20 24417 12:30pm to 2pm $20 24418 6pm to 7:30pm $20 24419 12:30pm to 2pm $20 24420 6pm to 7:30pm $20 24421

M-F 7/5-8/5

Times Vary

$500 24549

SAN GORGONIO BALLET SUMMER PROGRAM YOUTH BEGINNER WORKSHOP: AGES 7-12 Our workshop is available to children 7 - 10 yrs old who may have little to no experience in ballet. Two days per week each dancer has a schedule of three classes per day. This program provides the young beginning danc- er an opportunity to learn not only ballet movements, but classical music and dancing with rhythm and co- ordination, the history of ballet and where it is today, choreography, and develop strength and flexibility. It can progress the skill level of a student in training and continue to inspire and educate, and possibly inspire a child new to dance on a new and wonderful path. Location: San Gorgonio Ballet Studio, 13661 Calimesa Blvd Unit 12, Yucaipa, CA 92399

DOG OBEDIENCE Dogs must be 10 weeks of age or older. This is a six- week course. Must show proof of vaccinations. Basic obedience for puppies and adults. We cover the fol- lowing commands: Sit, lie down, come, stay, heel (walk by my side without pulling), No jump and off. We also teach boundary training (don’t go past). Must pre-reg- USING ESSENTIAL OILS Essential Oils (EO’s) have been used for 1000’s of years as remedies to support health, skincare and balance the emotions. Recent research is beginning to validate some of the properties of these natural compounds. Learn the differences between the industrialized “es- sential oil” market and the real plant essences, which carry many health benefits. Make your own blends and other EO projects that will help you keep your family, home and even your pets healthier and happier! Instructor: Brenda Olson Location: Yucaipa Community Center Th 5/12 6:30pm to 7:30pm $10 24472 Th 6/9 6:30pm to 7:30pm $10 24471 Th 7/14 6:30pm to 7:30pm $10 24473 Th 8/11 6:30pm to 7:30pm $10 24470

Tu Th 7/5-7/30 9am to 11:45am $250 24550

TRADITIONAL YOGA This class is for beginners as well as practicing stu- dents. Focus on safe and mindful movements, improve flexibility, strength, and balance. Developing greater self-awareness can help students better manage stress, reduce pain, and relieve tension. This is an ongoing class. Drop in rates are $12/$16 non resident. Instructor: Brenda Olson Location:Yucaipa Community Center MW 5/2-5/25 5pm to 6:15pm $65 24455 Tu Th 5/3-5/26 10am to 11:15am $65 24456 MW 6/1-6/27 5pm to 6:15pm $65 24458 Tu Th 6/7-6/30 10am to 11:15am $65 24459 MW 6/29-7/27 5pm to 6:15pm $65 24461 Tu Th 7/5-7/28 10am to 11:15am $65 24462 MW 8/1-8/24 5pm to 6:15pm $65 24464 Tu Th 8/2-8/25 10am to 11:15am $65 24465

ister prior to 1st class date. Instructor: Kym Caldwell Location: Yucaipa Community Park Shelter #2

$40 per month for unlimited classes M TuW F May-Aug 8:45am MW May-Aug 6:30pm Th May-Aug 6pm Sa May-Aug 8:30pm

Th 5/12-6/16 6pm to 7pm $100 24467 Th 7/7-8/11 6pm to 7pm $100 24468

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SPORTS

COMMUNITY CENTER GYM

TENNIS Instructor: SoCal Jr. Tennis Development Center Location: Yucaipa Community Park Tennis Courts Classes supervised by a Certified United States Profes- sional Tennis Association Instructor with over 30 years of Junior Tennis Coaching Experience. PEE WEE TENNIS CLINICS: AGES 3-6 A fun introduction to a sport that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. Fundamentals of forehand and backhand strokes are instilled in an entertaining and social setting. T Th 5/3-5/26 3:45pm to 4:30pm $85 24436 T Th 6/2-6/30 3:45pm to 4:30pm $85 24437 T Th 7/5-7/28 3:45pm to 4:30pm $85 24439 T Th 8/2-8/30 3:45pm to 4:30pm $85 24438 BEGINNER TENNIS CLINICS: AGES 7-13 A fun introduction to a sport that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. Fundamentals of forehand and backhand strokes are instilled in an entertaining and social set- ting. T Th 5/3-5/26 4:30pm to 5:30pm $95 24443 T Th 6/2-6/30 4:30pm to 5:30pm $95 24430 T Th 7/5-7/28 4:30pm to 5:30pm $95 24429 T Th 8/2-8/30 4:30pm to 5:30pm $95 24428 INTERMEDIATE TENNIS CLINICS: AGES 10-16 Introduction to match play and reinforcing ground- stroke mechanics in a fun and competitive setting. Goal will be to prepare participants for High School and Tour- nament Team Play. T Th 5/3-5/26 5:30pm to 6:30pm $95 24432 T Th 6/2-6/30 5:30pm to 6:30pm $95 24445 T Th 7/5-7/28 5:30pm to 6:30pm $95 24433 T Th 8/2-8/30 5:30pm to 6:30pm $95 24446 ADVANCED TENNIS CLINICS: AGES 10-16 Take your game to the next level with introduction to match play and preparations for team and USTA tour- nament play. T Th 5/3-5/26 6:30pm to 7:30pm $95 24434 T Th 6/2-6/30 6:30pm to 7:30pm $95 24447 T Th 7/5-7/28 6:30pm to 7:30pm $95 24435 T Th 8/2-8/30 6:30pm to 7:30pm $95 24448

PEE WEE BASKETBALL Pee Wee Basketball is a six-week program designed to introduce participants to an organized practice and scrimmage setting. The season format includes six (6) one-hour practices and six (6) one-hour games. Registration will begin 4/1/22 JR. TOTS: BORN IN 2018-2019 T Th 6/7-7/14 5pm to 6pm $55 24524 SR. TOTS: BORN IN 2015-2017 T Th 6/7-7/14 6pm to 7pm $55 24530 PEE WEE T-BALL PeeWee T-Ball is a six-week program designed to intro- duce participants to an organized practice and scrim- mage setting. The season format includes six (6) one- hour practices and six (6) one-hour games. Registration will begin 6/1/22 JR. TOTS: BORN IN 2018-2019 T Th 8/2-9/8 5pm to 6pm $55 24532 SR. TOTS: BORN IN 2015-2017 T Th 8/2-9/8 6pm to 7pm $55 24533 SUMMER YOUTH BASKETBALL The Summer Youth Basketball Program will offer youth an opportunity to participate in a safe, fun, and recre- ational basketball league. Athletes will learn valuable life skills including teamwork, sportsmanship, and the importance of staying active. The program will be held at the Yucaipa Community Center. Registration will begin 5/2/22

BASKETBALL & RACQUETBALL MONDAY-FRIDAY:

9AM – 730PM 9AM – 530PM

SATURDAY:

PICKLEBALL MONDAY-THURSDAY:

9AM – 12PM

BASKETBALL/PICKLEBALL FEES: YOUTH & SENIORS:

$1.25 $2.25

ADULTS:

RACQUETBALL FEES: YOUTH & SENIORS:

$2.25 $4.50

ADULTS:

TIGER CLAW KARATE: AGES 5+ Learn self-defense and gain self-confidence through the study of Karate, Aikido, and Judo. A black uniform can be purchased through the instructor for $35 (in- cludes a one-time $10 registration fee). Belt testing fee is $10 and payable to the instructor. Visit www.tiger- clawkaratedojo.com. Instructors: Don & Candy Miller. Location: Yucaipa Community Center Tu 5/3-5/24 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24364 Tu 6/7-6/28 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24373 Tu 7/5-7/26 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24370 Tu 8/2-8/23 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24367

F F F F

5/6-5/27 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24362 6/3-6/24 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24371 7/8-7/29 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24368 8/5-8/26 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24365

Tu F 5/3-5/31 5:30pm to 6:30pm $50 24363 Tu F 6/3-6/28 5:30pm to 6:30pm $50 24372 Tu F 7/5-7/29 5:30pm to 6:30pm $50 24369 Tu F 8/2-8/30 5:30pm to 6:30pm $50 24365

DIVISION A: BORN IN 2008-2009 MW Sa 7/25-9/24

$70 24537 $70 24538

Tu Th Sa 7/26-9/24

DIVISION B: BORN IN 2010-2011 MW Sa 7/25-9/24

$70 24539 $70 24540

Tu Th Sa 7/26-9/24

DIVISION C: BORN IN 2012-2013 MW Sa 7/25-9/24

$70 24541 $70 24542

Tu Th Sa 7/26-9/24

DIVISION D: BORN IN 2014-2015 MW Sa 7/25-9/24

$70 24543 $70 24544

Tu Th Sa 7/26-9/24

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SENIORS

AEROBICS 2 GO ®: 50+ This is a high intensity, low-impact class for students who want to increase strength and fitness and those who wish to be challenged. This cross-training class includes cardio, flexibility, balance, and strength-train- ing. Recommended equipment includes five-pound (or less) weights and a yoga mat. (Weights should be based on a participant’s ability and comfort.) No class on 5/30 and 7/4. Instructor: Lisbeth Prudholm Location: Scherer Community Center M Tu Th 5/2-5/31 9am to 10:15am $6/class 24499 M Tu Th 6/2-6/30 9am to 10:15am $6/class 24500 M Tu Th 7/5-7/28 9am to 10:15am $6/class 24501 M Tu Th 8/1-8/30 9am to 10:15am $6/class 24502 GENTLE MOVES: 55+ This class focuses on Yoga and Pilates type movement, with an emphasis on joint mobility, muscle and core strength, balance, and movement. No class on 5/30 and 7/4. Instructor: Natalie Erikson Location: Scherer Community Center M 5/2-5/23 11:30am to 1pm $6/class 24514 M 6/6-6/27 11:30am to 1pm $6/class 24515 M 7/11-7/25 11:30am to 1pm $6/class 24516 M 8/1-8/29 11:30am to 1pm $6/class 24517 Location: Yucaipa Community Center F 5/6-5/27 10am to 11:30am $6/class 24529 F 6/3-6/24 10am to 11:30am $6/class 24528 F 7/1-7/29 10am to 11:30am $6/class 24527 F 8/5-8/26 10am to 11:30am $6/class 24526

KNIT/CROCHET CLUB Do you love to knit or crochet? Join the knit/crochet club and meet new friends while you create your latest project. This is the perfect social activity for all levels. Bring your own supplies. No club on 5/30 and 7/4. Location: Scherer Community Center

M May-Aug 1pm to 3pm FREE

CHAIR AEROBICS: 50+ This class is for the senior who is looking to stay active, even with limited mobility. Increase your cardio and improve your strength and flexibility to help continue moving your body. Recommended equipment includes five-pound (or less) weights. (Weights should be based on a participant’s ability and comfort.) No class on 5/30 and 7/4. Instructor: Lisbeth Prudholm Location: Scherer Community Center M Tu Th 5/2-5/31 10:45am to 12pm $6/class 24504 M Tu Th 6/2-6/30 10:45am to 12pm $6/class 24505 M Tu Th 7/5-7/28 10:45am to 12pm $6/class 24506 M Tu Th 8/1-8/30 10:45am to 12pm $6/class 24507 TAI CHI: 55+ Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese exercise with movement to help you relax mentally and physically at a deeper level. Wear loose comfortable clothing. Instructor: Katsuko Shiomi Location: Scherer Community Center Tu Th 5/3-5/31 10am to 11:30am $3/class 24509 Tu Th 6/2-6/30 10am to 11:30am $3/class 24510 Tu Th 7/5-7/28 10am to 11:30am $3/class 24511 Tu Th 8/2-8/30 10am to 11:30am $3/class 24512

UKULELE: 50+ Whether you are a beginner, novice, or advanced ukule- le player, we welcome you to join us on Wednesdays to play. This free club is focused on music and comradery. Bring your own ukulele! Location: Scherer Community Center

W May-Aug 10am to 12pm FREE

WANT TO TEACH?

Do you have a skill or passion you would like to share with seniors? Consider becoming a contract instructor! We are looking for instructors to teach a wide variety of classes that provide the community with the opportunities to learn new skills. Call us at 909-797-1177, email Sarah Martinez at smartinez@yucaipa.org, or visit the Scherer Community Center for more information.

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S.T.A.R.S. Before & After School Program

Science, Technology, Art, and Recreation for Success An engaging, safe, educational enrichment program for TK - 8th grade

BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM STARS City of Yucaipa

2022 - 2023 School Year Registration Opens July 1st! Site Locations Calimesa, Chapman Heights, Dunlap (AM only), Ridgeview, Valley, Wildwood Elementary, Inland Leaders Charter School (PM only), Mesa View (PM only), Park View Middle School

(909) 790-7460 // Yucaipa.org \\ @CityOfYucaipa Program fees and hours may vary depending on school schedules. All rates must be pre-paid prior to week children attend . Scholarships are available upon request and approval.

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1 2080 F remon t St F l ag H i l l Veteran s Memor i a l

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1 2062 Ca l i forn i a St (909) 295 -8242

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR MAY-AUG

MAY

JUNE

2 6 7

4 4 8 9

Summer Camp Registration opens Yucaipa Music & Arts Festival: 6p-10p Yucaipa Music & Arts Festival: 12p-10p Shred-It Event YPAC Date Night: Paint Night

YPAC Outdoor Concert: Mini Pop Kids 7th Street Pool opens Movie in the Park: Soul Family Fun Night - 7th Street Pool Swim Lessons begin Movie in the Park: Cool Runnings Movie in the Park: The Emperor’s New Groove YPAC Date Night: Comedy Family Fun Night: 7th Street Pool FiveWinds Festival: 6p-10p FiveWinds Festival: 3p-10p Movie in the Park: Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

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JULY 2 4 6

YPAC Outdoor Concert: Queen Nation 4th of July Celebration: Yucaipa High School Movie in the Park: Encanto Concert in the Park: 4 Lads from Liverpool Movie in the Park: American Underdog Family Fun Night: 7th Street Pool Concert in the Park: Latin Vibe - Pulp Vixen Movie in the Park: Secret Life of Pets 2 Concert in the Park: Woodie & The Longboards Movie in the Park: WALL-E Family Fun Night: 7th Street Pool YPAC Date Night: Paint Night Concert in the Park: SMITH The Band

10 13 14 17 20 24 27 28 29 31

AUGUST 3

Movie in the Park: Clifford the Big Red Dog Concert in the Park: Matchbox Twenty Too YPAC Outdoor Concert: Australian Bee Gees YPAC Date Night: Comedy

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